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Model USApb-1-25

Star Wipers - Bag of Rags

$8.50

The definition of a good wood working shop rag is a relatively soft, adsorbent piece of cloth. Old T’s are great but you can’t count on the supply. Star Wiping rags are made from a cotton blend...

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The definition of a good wood working shop rag is a relatively soft, adsorbent piece of cloth. Old T’s are great but you can’t count on the supply. Star Wiping rags are made from a cotton blend that was raised to be rags and is grown, spun, woven, processed and boxed 100% in the USA. These rags are perfect for staining, finishing, polishing or sucking up spilled coffee on your workbench.

Features:

• Soft High Content Cotton Blend

• Super Absorbent

• Made in the USA

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